What else is inside junk journals?
A tuck spot is a place in a junk journal for tucking in such items as cards, photos. Also, you can use these spots for ephemera — theatre tickets, brochures, …
These tucks are formed by attaching a card on two adjacent sides only.
Tuck spots can take many forms to allow pictures, tags, etcetera to be ‘tucked in’. Some include: folded edges of a page glued down; envelopes glued to the page; cards glued on two adjacent sides; decorated paper clips.
Another tuck spot is when you glue a folded square of paper along the two short sides. This allows you to tuck something behind the triangle. You can lift the flap to write inside this tuck also.